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C function call tree and data structure usage analyzer. Shareware.
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C function call tree and data structure usage analyzer. Shareware.
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CFT.EXE 168088 84815 deflated
CFTIDE.BAT 51 50 deflated
CFTN.EXE 25338 16290 deflated
CFT_CST.DOC 161196 45080 deflated
CFT_CST.QRF 9294 2220 deflated
CST.EXE 160550 81601 deflated
CSTIDE.BAT 50 49 deflated
CSTN.EXE 25530 16392 deflated
CXT.CM 20763 10493 deflated
CXTKEYS.CB 5628 1772 deflated
CXTKEYS.CM 2485 1010 deflated
CXT_ME.CMD 11545 2430 deflated
CXT_QEDT.DAT 566 199 deflated
EXAMPLE.DOC 24449 4518 deflated
HISTORY.DOC 4569 1495 deflated
NEW212.DOC 1033 545 deflated
README.DOC 6278 2362 deflated
REGISTER.DOC 11306 3756 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file




README.DOC July 1993

Welcome to CXT 2.12 - the C EXPLORATION TOOLS!

CFT (C Function Tree Generator) and CST (C Structure Tree
Generator) and their 32 bit protected mode versions CFT386 and
CST386 are powerful program development, maintenance and
documentation tools. They provide the programmer the ability to
analyse the C source code of applications, no matter how big or
complex they are. CFT and CST are very useful to explore new,
unknown software and to support software reuse, maintenance and
re-engineering.

By preprocessing, scanning and analyzing the program source code,
these programs build an internal representation of the function
call hierarchy (CFT) and of the data structure (CST) relations.
The analysis is done with the original source code, no additional
editing to mark functions or data types in the source code is
necessary. Several features and options allow the user to
customize the generated hierarchy tree chart output and to get a
large set of useful informations about the source code.

An important feature is the database generation which allows the
recalling of informations without reprocessing the source. This
database can again be read from CFT and CST to produce different
outputs or to add new files to the database. The database format
is dBASE compatible. Special recall programs called CFTN and CSTN
allow fast searching for items in the database. These programs
can be used within any environment, for example from inside
editors like BRIEF, QEDIT or MicroEMACS (DOS and WINDOWS
version), to provide a full software project management system
with access to all functions and data types with just a
keystroke. This feature makes a comfortable "hypertext source
code browser and locator" system out of the editor.

Other features are the calculation of the critical function call
path and deepest structure nesting level or the support for byte
offset calculation for selected structures/unions by CST. For C++
code a class inheritance graph can be generated. It is possible
to generate formatted ASCII text files with lists of the
functions/data types and the scanned files which can be used as
input for other programs like wordprocessors or spreadsheet
calculators.

This software package contains the following files as a
compressed self-extracting archive file CXTnmm.EXE (C EXPLORATION
TOOLS version n.mm) or as a ZIPped archive file CXTnmm.ZIP:

CFT.EXE The C Function Tree Generator
CST.EXE The C Structure Tree Generator
CFTN.EXE The C Function Tree Navigator
CSTN.EXE The C Structure Tree Navigator
CXT.CM The BRIEF macro file
CXTKEYS.CM The BRIEF macro key definition file
CXTKEYS.CB The source code for the BRIEF key definition file
CXT_QEDT.DAT The QEDIT macro source code


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CXT_ME.CMD The MicroEMACS macro source code
CFTIDE.BAT The Borland IDE transfer batch file for CFT
CSTIDE.BAT The Borland IDE transfer batch file for CST
CFT_CST.DOC The complete documentation
CFT_CST.QRF The command quick reference
EXAMPLE.DOC The example for a CFT and CST session
REGISTER.DOC The registration informations
NEWnmm.DOC The new features and changes for version n.mm
HISTORY.DOC The revision history
README.DOC The file that you are currently reading

Registered user will additionally find the following files in the
self-extracting archive file CXTnmmAD.EXE:

CFT386.EXE The protected mode version of CFT
CST386.EXE The protected mode version of CST
CXT.CB The source code for the BRIEF macro file

Additionally, the source code for the DOS extender GO32 from the
DJ Delorie GNU C (DJGPP) package is in the self-extracting
archive file GO32JM.EXE. The DOS extender is used by CFT386 and
CST386.

All files are tested for known viruses. If you find any other
than the above listed files, then you know that this is not the
official shareware distribution diskette and/or archive. All
documentation files are ASCII files and should be printable on
every printer.

To install this software, copy all files into one directory, for
example into your 'utility'-directory or create a separate
directory like 'C:\CXT', and add, if necessary, this directory to
your system path. This is necessary so that you can invoke the
programs directly from other directories. Note that especially
for using the BRIEF macros this path must be set to access CFTN
and CSTN. You should also copy the BRIEF macro files CXT.CM and
CXTKEYS.CM to the BRIEF macro directory and the MicroEMACS macro
file CXT_ME.CMD to the editor directory, so that you must not
specify the complete path when you want to load them.

For more informations about usage, hardware and software system
requirements, trademarks, warranties, licence and registration
details see the appropriate documentation, especially CFT_CST.DOC
and REGISTER.DOC.

This software is Copyright (C) 1988-1993 by Juergen Mueller,
Aldingerstrasse 22, D-70806 Kornwestheim, GERMANY. This software
is NOT public domain or free software, but is being distributed
as SHAREWARE.


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